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Oct 13 2012
Alaska Aerospace Corp. Announces New VP PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 12 October 2012

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            The Alaska Aerospace Corporation recently hired a new vice president to replace Craig Campbell, who was promoted to CEO. Mark Greby started his new position on September 1st, though the corporation did not announce the hire until yesterday (Oct. 11).
            Greby will serve as senior vice president and chief operations officer. A licensed professional engineer, he has 30-years experience in the aerospace industry, working for several companies, including, A-T-K Aerospace Systems, Honeywell, and United Space Alliance.
            He has worked with small-, medium- and heavy-lift rockets including the Space Shuttle, and with both solid and liquid rocket motors.
            Campbell described Greby as “one of the most knowledgeable individuals in the Aerospace Industry,” and said he fills a large hole left in the organization.
            Greby says he sees an opportunity to increase the frequency of rockets taking off from the Kodiak Launch Complex, and has already accompanied several potential customers on tours of the Narrow Cape facility.

 
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